Blue French Dresser Makeover
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"This dresser was in need of a facelift. There was burns marks, nicks scratches you name it. But I saw the potential! I started by stripping and staining the top. I wanted to preserve some of the beautiful wood. Then using a blend of two blue paints, I painted the body of the dresser. I sealed the entire piece with PolyCrylic so it will last for many years to come. Here’s the finished dresser. I just love how it turned out! "
Strip and sand the top.
Clean and prep the body of the dresser.
Add dark paint to the edges and lighter paint in the center. Blend together with a damp paint brush.
Seal the dresser with PolyCrylic.
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